Defending champions India on Sunday rode on a superb display by their bowlers to thump South Africa by eight wickets and become the first team from Group B to enter the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy cricket tournament.
Opener Quinton de Kock was the highest scorer for South Africa with 53 runs from 72 balls.
Asked to bat, South Africa were off to a slow but steady start with openers de Kock and Hashim Amla (35) adding 35 runs in the first 10 overs.
Two quick run-out dismissals — of AB de Villiers (16) and David Miller (1) in the 29th and 30th overs, respectively — saw South Africa reduced to 142/4.
De Villiers was run out when he ran for a single for du Plessis but a throw from Hardik Pandya at the wicket-keeper caught him short of the crease.
Indian fans cheer during an ICC Champions Trophy match between India and South Africa at Kennington Oval.
The target of 192 was not one that much bothered India. Shikhar Dhawan continued his fine run in the tournament with a 78.
Imran Tahir's googly packs Dhawan’s inning as he hands a catch to Plessis at long off.
Dhawan and Kohli shared a second-wicket stand of 128 in 24.3 overs to hand India a comfortable victory.
Yuvraj Singh contributed an unbeaten 23 towards late in the chase.
In the semi-finals, India will meet Bangladesh on June 15.